*  Presidency of Woodrow Wilson - Wikipedia
In 1916, Wilson signed the Treaty of the Danish West Indies, in which the United States acquired the Danish West Indies for $2 ... After the purchase, the islands were renamed as the United States Virgin Islands. Americans had no inkling that a war was ... Wilson also appointed 20 judges to the United States Courts of Appeals and 52 judges to the United States district courts. With ... Save for a two-week return to the United States, Wilson remained in Europe for six months, where he focused on a peace treaty ...
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*  65th United States Congress - Wikipedia
March 31, 1917: The United States took possession of the Danish West Indies, which become the US Virgin Islands, after paying $ ... 617 July 3, 1918: Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918, Sess. 2, ch. 128, 40 Stat. 755 July 9, 1918: Fourth Liberty Bond Act, Sess ... United States presidential election, 1916 United States Senate elections, 1916 United States House of Representatives elections ... The Sixty-fifth United States Congress was a meeting of the legislative branch of the United States federal government, ...
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*  Edwin Taylor Pollock - Wikipedia
... to travel immediately to the Islands and the honor of being the first Acting Governor of the United States Virgin Islands was ... Although the United States was not yet at war with Germany, the US signed a treaty to purchase the territory from Denmark for ... "Virgin Island Deal Foiled Berlin Plan". Washington Post. 1917-04-10. p. 1. Wilfred Schoff (1916-08-18). "The Danish West Indies ... "United States Navy". New York Times. 1910-08-25. p. E2. "The United Service". New York Times. 1912-06-14. p. 21. ; "The United ...
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*  List of former sovereign states - Wikipedia
Danish West Indies - Danish colony, sold in 1917 to the United States. Now known as the United States Virgin Islands. Mosquito ... The Californios defeated an American force in Los Angeles on September 30, 1846, and signed the Treaty of Cahuenga on January ... United States of the Ionian Islands - British protected state, which had been ruled by Napoleonic France from 1797 until 1815, ... Okinawa - administered by the United States from 1945 to 1972, when the island chain (Ryukyu Islands) was returned to Japan. ...
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*  December 8 - Wikipedia
1922 - Northern Ireland ceases to be part of the Irish Free State. 1927 - The Brookings Institution, one of the United States' ... 1987 - Cold War: The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty is signed by U.S. President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader ... Danish lawyer and politician, 10th Prime Minister of Denmark (d. 1896) 1818 - Charles III, Prince of Monaco (d. 1889) 1822 - ... A squadron of Britain's Royal Navy defeats the Imperial German East Asia Squadron in the Battle of the Falkland Islands in the ...
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*  October 21 - Wikipedia
1797 - In Boston Harbor, the 44-gun United States Navy frigate USS Constitution is launched. 1805 - Napoleonic Wars: Battle of ... "Islands of the 11,000 Virgins". 1600 - Tokugawa Ieyasu defeats the leaders of rival Japanese clans in the Battle of Sekigahara ... 1867 - The Medicine Lodge Treaty is signed by southern Great Plains Indian leaders. The treaty requires Native American Plains ... Danish author, poet, and illustrator (b. 1957) 2013 - Colonel Robert Morris, American singer-songwriter and drummer (b. 1954) ...
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*  Outline of United States history - Wikipedia
Virgin Islands Outlying islands History of Bajo Nuevo Bank History of Baker Island History of Howland Island History of Jarvis ... the United States History of United States diplomatic relations by country United States treaties Labor history of the United ... 1924 The United States purchases the Danish West Indies from Denmark, January 17, 1917 World War I, June 28, 1914 - November 11 ... tax in the United States History of labor law in the United States History of United States patent law History of United States ...
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*  Sophia of Prussia - Wikipedia
The King's health declined so a ship was sent to the Island of Tinos in order to seek a miraculous icon of The Virgin and Child ... But, facing the united front of the King, the army and the majority of the government, the politician ended up giving his ... When Sophia gave birth to her sixth and last child, a daughter named Katherine on 4 May 1913, a persistent gossip stated that ... This was called the "Great Disaster", which was definitive a few months later with the signing of the Treaty of Lausanne (24 ...
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*  June 22 - Wikipedia
... was discovered at the United States Naval Observatory by James W. Christy. 1984 - Virgin Atlantic Airways launches with its ... Danish architect, designed the Copenhagen Opera House (b. 1925) 2013 - Allan Simonsen, Danish race car driver (b. 1978) 2014 - ... 1839 - Cherokee leaders Major Ridge, John Ridge, and Elias Boudinot are assassinated for signing the Treaty of New Echota, ... Isle of Man, and Jersey) Teachers' Day (El Salvador) BBC: On This Day The New York Times: On This Day Today in Canadian History ...
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*  British Virgin Islands - Wikipedia
As in the UK and in the United States Virgin Islands, cars in the British Virgin Islands drive on the left, however they differ ... the Danish gained control of the nearby islands of Saint Thomas, Saint John and Saint Croix. The British islands were ... www.treasury.gov/resource-center/tax-policy/treaties/Documents/FATCA-Agreement-BVI-6-30-2014.pdf. The Times. "British Virgin ... There are also ferries that operate within the British Virgin Islands and to the neighbouring United States Virgin Islands. ...
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*  Difference between revisions of "World History Study Guide from 1648" - Conservapedia
United States automobile manufacturer, and founder of Ford. Pearl Harbor a harbor near Honolulu, in Hawaii: surprise attack by ... A nation-state based in the British isles off the western coast of Europe; it established the largest non-contiguous empire in ... Treaty of Versailles (1919) ended WWI by imposing limits on the size and weapons of the German army, requiring Germany to pay ... a Danish physicist in the early 1900s who discovered the atomic structure and helped develop quantum mechanics ...
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*  Nicaragua - Wikipedia
... to Nicaragua by certain breaches of obligations under customary international law and treaty-law committed by the United States ... "Ometepe Island Information - Everything About Traveling To Ometepe Island In One Place!". ometepeislandinfo.com. Retrieved 2017 ... Danish or French ancestry. About 9% of Nicaragua's population is black and mainly resides on the country's Caribbean (or ... during which elaborate altars to the Virgin Mary are constructed in homes and workplaces. There is a significant LDS missionary ...
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*  Colonialism - Wikipedia
Danish India (Tharangambadi, Serampore and the Nicobar Islands) Danish West Indies (now United States Virgin Islands) Faroe ... Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty turned Panama into a protectorate) Panama Canal Zone Philippines Puerto Rico Sultanate of Sulu Swan ... Taiwán Kuril Islands Kwantung Leased Territory Ryukyu Domain Senkaku Islands Volcano Islands Caroline Islands Penghu Islands ... Helena Swaziland Trinidad and Tobago Trucial States Uganda Tonga Algeria Clipperton Island Comoros Islands (including Mayotte) ...
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*  History of Western civilization - Wikipedia
... while the rest of the island became the Irish Free State. In 1927 the United Kingdom renamed itself the United Kingdom of Great ... creating the North Atlantic Treaty Organization or NATO. The treaty was signed by the United States, Canada, the Low Countries ... Kenneth Clark wrote that the 'Cult of the Virgin' in the early 12th century "had taught a race of tough and ruthless barbarians ... Four widely spoken Germanic languages were English, German, Dutch, and Danish. Irish and Scots Gaelic were two widely spoken ...
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*  Netherlands - Wikipedia
... the United Kingdom (Anguilla), Venezuela, Saint Kitts and Nevis and the United States (U.S. Virgin Islands). Within this island ... The Netherlands abandoned its neutrality in 1948 when it signed the Treaty of Brussels, and became a founding member of NATO in ... ISBN 0-415-01923-0. Baldwin, Stephen, "Danish Haralds in 9th Century Frisia". Retrieved 9 October 2011. Motley, John Lothrop ( ... South Africa and the United States. According to the United States Census Bureau (2006), more than 5 million Americans claim ...
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*  Los Angeles Star, vol. 9, no. 46, March 24, 1860 :: Los Angeles Star Collection, 1851-1864
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*  Today in History July 18
1932 Jul 18, The United States and Canada signed a treaty to develop the St. Lawrence Seaway. (AP, 7/18/97). 1933 Jul 18, ... regulations for state schools to expel non-virgin girls training as health workers.. (SFC, 7/19/01, p.A11). 2002 Jul 18, ... Prior to becoming president he served 18 of 27 years in jail on Robben Island.. (WP, 6/29/96, p.A20)(SFC, 9/5/96, p.A10)(SFC, ... 2007 Jul 18, In London 3 Muslim men were jailed for 6 years for their role in a heated protest outside the Danish embassy in ...
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*  Riga - Wikipedia
Riga is one of the key economic and financial centres of the Baltic States. Roughly half of all the jobs in Latvia are in Riga ... The United Kingdom and Germany replaced Russia as Latvia's major trade partners. The majority of the Baltic Germans were ... In 1524, iconoclasts targeted a statue of the Virgin Mary in the Cathedral to make a statement against religious icons. It was ... That same year Albert was compelled to recognise Danish rule over lands they had conquered in Estonia and Livonia. Albert had ...
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*  June 4 - Wikipedia
23rd Governor of the United States Virgin Islands (b. 1940) 2011 - Andreas P. Nielsen, Danish author and composer (b. 1953) ... states for ratification. 1920 - Hungary loses 71% of its territory and 63% of its population when the Treaty of Trianon is ... 1912 - Massachusetts becomes the first state of the United States to set a minimum wage. 1913 - Emily Davison, a suffragette, ... 1st Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (b. 1750) 1809 - Nicolai Abildgaard, Danish neoclassical and history ...
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*  February 2 - Wikipedia
1934 - The Export-Import Bank of the United States is incorporated. 1935 - Leonarde Keeler administers polygraph tests to two ... 1848 - Mexican-American War: The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo is signed. 1850 - Brigham Young declares war on Timpanogos in the ... 1709 - Alexander Selkirk is rescued after being shipwrecked on a desert island, inspiring Daniel Defoe's adventure book ... Virgin of Candelaria (Tenerife, Spain) Earliest day on which Shrove Monday can fall, while March 8 is the latest; celebrated on ...
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*  The World Factbook - Central Intelligence Agency
The United States and its partners continue to face a growing number of global threats and challenges. The CIA's mission ... British Virgin Islands. none (overseas territory of the UK). Brunei. 1 January 1984 (from the UK). ... 1 December 1918 (became a sovereign state under the Danish Crown); 17 June 1944 (from Denmark; birthday of Jon SIGURDSSON, ... 7 February 1992 (Maastricht Treaty signed establishing the European Union); 1 November 1993 (Maastricht Treaty entered into ...
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*  History of Denmark - Wikipedia
... and the United States purchased some of Denmark's colonial holdings: the three islands of St. John, St. Croix, and St. Thomas ... The treaty transferred Heligoland to Great Britain and Norway from the Danish to the Swedish crown, Denmark was to be satisfied ... As the climate warmed up, forceful rivers of meltwater started to flow and shape the virgin lands, and more stable flora and ... Denmark portal Faroe Islands portal Greenland portal History portal List of Danish monarchs Danish monarchs' family tree List ...
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*  February 11 - Wikipedia
... including the United States, United Kingdom, and Soviet Union, sign the Seabed Arms Control Treaty outlawing nuclear weapons on ... 1858 - Bernadette Soubirous's first vision of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Lourdes, France. 1861 - American Civil War: The United ... Panay Island, the Philippines) Feast day of Our Lady of Lourdes (Catholic Church), and its related observance: World Day of the ... Danish architect, designed Aarhus City Hall and Radisson Blu Royal Hotel (d. 1971) 1904 - Keith Holyoake, New Zealand farmer ...
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*  Naturalization - Wikipedia
... the United States Virgin Islands, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands, as well as the Indian Citizenship Act of 1924 which ... Mai 2017 "Immigration". 'Udlændinge-, Integrations- og Boligministeriet', Foreign citizens applying for Danish nationality - In ... the Bancroft Treaties in the 19th century regulated legislation concerning denaturalization. Loss of U.S. citizenship was a ... all state citizens "became ipso facto a citizen" of the United States and all children born in the United States "of parents ...
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*  May 31 - Wikipedia
Virgin Islander lawyer and politician, Lieutenant Governor of the United States Virgin Islands (b. 1941) 2011 - Hans Keilson, ... 1902 - Second Boer War: The Treaty of Vereeniging ends the war and ensures British control of South Africa. 1909 - The National ... Danish shot putter and politician 1977 - Moses Sichone, Zambian footballer 1977 - Petr Tenkrát, Czech ice hockey player 1979 - ... 1973 - The United States Senate votes to cut off funding for the bombing of Khmer Rouge targets within Cambodia, hastening the ...
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